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README.md

PECMAC125A

PECMAC125A

PECMAC125A Current Monitoring Controller.

The PECMAC125A has twelve 5-Amp current monitoring channels.

This Device is available from ControlEverything.com [SKU: PECMAC125A_DLCT03C20]

https://www.controleverything.com/content/Current?sku=PECMAC125A_DLCT03C20

This Sample code can be used with Raspberry pi, Arduino and Particle.

Java

Download and install pi4j library on Raspberry pi. Steps to install pi4j are provided at:

http://pi4j.com/install.html

Download (or git pull) the code in pi.

Compile the java program.

$> pi4j PECMAC125A.java

Run the java program.

$> pi4j PECMAC125A

Python

Download and install smbus library on Raspberry pi. Steps to install smbus are provided at:

https://pypi.python.org/pypi/smbus-cffi/0.5.1

Download (or git pull) the code in pi. Run the program.

$> python PECMAC125A.py

Arduino

Download and install Arduino Software (IDE) on your machine. Steps to install Arduino are provided at:

https://www.arduino.cc/en/Main/Software

Download (or git pull) the code and double click the file to run the program.

Compile and upload the code on Arduino IDE and see the output on Serial Monitor.

Particle Photon

Login to your Photon and setup your device according to steps provided at:

https://docs.particle.io/guide/getting-started/connect/photon/

Download (or git pull) the code. Go to online IDE and copy the code.

https://build.particle.io/build/

Verify and flash the code on your Photon. Code output is shown in logs at dashboard:

https://dashboard.particle.io/user/logs

#####The code output is the current value of the devices in ampere.

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